More COVID-19 Postponements: “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” Hamburg and Warner Bros. Studio Tour
While Australia makes its first cautious moves back to pre-pandemic normalcy with the reopening of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Melbourne, the pandemic situation over in the West remains grim. Despite having already waited almost a year to make their stage debuts, the cast of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Hamburg will have to wait a little longer, while Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter will remain closed after more than seven rounds of postponements.
Originally scheduled to premiere on March 15, 2020, and then postponed to April 5, 2021, the first non-English-language production of Cursed Child will be moving its premiere date to December 5, 2021, with previews beginning on November 23, 2021. All affected ticket holders, who will be allowed to exchange their tickets for future performances, should have been contacted by February 15 for rebooking options. All queries can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
As for the Warner Bros. Studio Tour, the tourist attraction, which was slated for a March 15 opening, will now only be ready to receive visitors from May 17, 2021, onwards. Visitors holding canceled tickets will be given a full refund according to the following schedule: March bookings will be processed by March 16, April bookings will be processed by March 26, and May bookings, up to and including May 16, will be processed by April 5. Queries can be directed to Visitor.Services@wbstudiotour.co.uk.
We urge everyone to play their part in containing the spread of the coronavirus, including practicing safe distancing measures and wearing masks when in public, so that these beloved Wizarding World sites can open their doors soon.